We’ve all heard of a dog door, but have you ever heard of a dog window? Studies show that dogs tend to be less stressed in environments where they can visually see what’s going on outside of their confined spaces. It is always good to buy buying chain link fence to better constrain your dogs. That’s why we’re seeing more and more kennels and canine boarding facilities incorporating runs and cages with glass doors and partitions vs. solid – visit https://majesticglass.com.au/ to learn more. It is said that by expanding a dog’s visual horizon it can actually have a calming effect- making them bark less and relax a little more. It’s an interesting concept, and one that can easily be in incorporated into your own dog-friendly home. All you have to do is add a few strategically placed windows. Above are some examples I found on Houzz. I think it’s pretty neat how a low level window can not only potentially improve your dog’s mood, it can also provide a unique and visually dynamic design element. Check out more possible dog windows in The Barkitect’s “Pet’s Perspective” ideabook on Houzz.